In honor of our Executive Director and friend, we’ve set up a memorial fundto support projects that she was passionate about—private lands conservation, connecting youth and our community with nature, and protecting iconic Greater Yellowstone wildlife such as Sandhill Cranes.
Honoring our close friend and coworker Wray Landon IV, a memorial fund has been created to extend the conservation and stewardship work he loved. Gifts made to this fund go towards furthering the great work Wray did with the Teton Regional Land Trust.
The Teton Regional Land Trust created this scholarship in honor of Michael B. Whitfield who helped found the organization in 1990 and served as its Executive Director for 18 years. This $1000 scholarship is awarded each year to a graduating senior within our service area.
The Albert Tilt Memorial Fund provides scholarships to Land Trust employees, partners, and volunteers that are seeking higher education in the field of wildlife biology and the conservation field and who have a demonstrated commitment to the mission and vision of the Land Trust.
Teton Regional Land Trust along with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Wyoming Wetlands Society, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the Trumpeter Swan Society, and a local family to release Trumpeter Swans onto a protected wetland in an attempt to establish breeding pairs and increased summer residency in Teton Valley and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
We currently maintain four food plots for cranes in their prime staging ground. You can contribute directly to our food plot program by donating $250. Your $250 contribution enables us to grow, cut, and leave one acre of barley, the preferred food resource for staging Sandhills.